Answered By: Judy Markowitz
Last Updated: May 03, 2017     Views: 77

Follow these links to learn how to tell whether the news you are reading is fake or real:


Filtering Fake News Libguide from Priddy Library, The Universities at Shady Grove.

How to Spot Fake News from FactCheck.org (A project of the Annenberg Public Policy Center) 

Fake or Real? How to Self-Check the News and get the Facts from NPR (all tech considered)

Fighting Fake News. How Libraries can Lead the Way on Media Literacy from American Libraries, Dec. 27, 2016

How Do I Spot Fake News? from University of Toronto Libraries

Fake News and the Spread of Misinformation from Shorenstein Center / Harvard Kennedy School on Media, Politics and Public Policy / Journalist's Resource

Fake News from Penn State University Libraries

Books:
Amarasingam, Amarnath. The Stewart/Colbert Effect: Essays on the real impacts of fake news.
https://umaryland.on.worldcat.org/oclc/706409927

Holt, Jason. The Daily Show and Philosophy: moments of zen in the art of fake news.
https://umaryland.on.worldcat.org/oclc/124031834

Nicholas, Tom. The Death of Expertise: the campaign against established knowledge and why it matters
https://umaryland.on.worldcat.org/oclc/968211922

 

 

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